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j_graefe_beenen
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dividable current transformers


Does Schneider have dividable current transformers?

If not can anybody reccommend an alternative ?


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Daniel_Brandao
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Re: dividable current transformers

We do have some split core CTs that we use with BCPM meters, but they are all 1/3V output. If you are interested, please take a look at the latest BCPM catalogue available on shopping Kiosk. As for 5A output, we do have options as well, but I'm afraid they are not split core. Please take a look here: http://www.schneider-electric.com/products/ww/en/4100-power-energy-monitoring-system/4155-current-tr...

I also know that we have someone in our team looking into options to bring split core CTs to our offer, but as far as I know we don't have a firm time line for that yet. His name is

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sesa50168
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Re: dividable current transformers

Hi Jos -

By dividable, do you mean split core transformers, which can be opened to fit around the conductor?  If so, then yes, Schneider does have some.  What ampacity do you need?  What secondary output is needed?  Depending on the specific requirements Marc Kaikati or Daniel Brandao may be able to help you.

j_graefe_beenen
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Re: dividable current transformers

Hi John.

I need 300 A . I prefer 300/5 transformer. And yes splitcore because we want to measure different groups at different times. The split core CT's are not in the pricelist we got from .

sesa50168
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Re: dividable current transformers

Daniel and Marc -

What can we offer Jos?

Regards,

John

j_graefe_beenen
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Re: dividable current transformers

Maybe should ask Daniel and Marc this in person?

Just an update to get this on top of the list again

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Re: dividable current transformers

We do have some split core CTs that we use with BCPM meters, but they are all 1/3V output. If you are interested, please take a look at the latest BCPM catalogue available on shopping Kiosk. As for 5A output, we do have options as well, but I'm afraid they are not split core. Please take a look here: http://www.schneider-electric.com/products/ww/en/4100-power-energy-monitoring-system/4155-current-tr...

I also know that we have someone in our team looking into options to bring split core CTs to our offer, but as far as I know we don't have a firm time line for that yet. His name is

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Re: dividable current transformers

The current split core project targets IEC markets in its 1st phase, planned to be released in 2014. The 2nd step, UL, is not formaly planned so far.